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Energy in a Cell Cellular Respiration
Levels ofOrganization and Cellular Respiration AgileMind 5Levels ofOrganization and Cellular Respiration AgileMind 5. Cellular Respiration and Energy Transfer Overview p. 5
Energy Sources AgileMind 5Energy Sources AgileMind 5. Cellular Respiration and Energy Transfer Energy Transformation p. 3
Cellular Respiration Cellular respiration: process where mitochondria break down food molecules to produce ATP. (energy)
Mini-Quiz: Plants vs. Animals AgileMind 5Mini-Quiz: Plants vs. Animals AgileMind 5. Cellular Respiration and Energy Transfer Energy Transformation p. 4
Plants and Cellular Respiration AgileMind 5Plants and Cellular Respiration AgileMind 5. Cellular Respiration and Energy Transfer Fermentation and Metabolism p. 10
Breaking Down Food AgileMind 5Breaking Down Food AgileMind 5. Cellular Respiration and Energy Transfer Energy Transformation p. 5
Enzymes – Activation Energy AgileMind 5Enzymes – Activation Energy AgileMind 5. Cellular Respiration and Energy Transfer Energy Transformation p
Energy from Food AgileMind 5Energy from Food AgileMind 5. Cellular Respiration and Energy Transfer Biochemistry of Cellular Respiration p. 2
Cellular Respiration Three stages in cellular respiration: glycolysis, citric acid cycle, and electron transport chain.
Cellular Respiration in a Brain Cell AgileMind 5Cellular Respiration in a Brain Cell AgileMind 5. Cellular Respiration and Energy Transfer Biochemistry of Cellular Respiration p. 3
Cellular Respiration Mitochondria is called the powerhouse of the cell because it is the site of cellular respiration.
Cellular Respiration More work a cell does, the more mitochondria it has.
Cellular Respiration Glycolysis: first stage of cellular respiration.
Cellular Respiration Takes place in the cytoplasm of the cell.
Cellular Respiration One C6H12O6 (glucose) is broken down into 2 pyruvic acid molecules. (a 3 C molecule)
Cellular Respiration For every glucose molecule broken down, 2 ATP molecules are produced.
Glycolysis and Mini-Quiz AgileMind 5Glycolysis and Mini-Quiz AgileMind 5. Cellular Respiration and Energy Transfer Biochemistry of Cellular Respiration p
Cellular Respiration Next, the pyruvic acid moves into the mitochondria.
Cellular Respiration Citric acid cycle or Kreb’s cycle : Pyruvic acid is broken down in a series of reactions to produce 2 CO2 and 1 ATP and electrons are passed on to the electron transport chain.
Krebs Cycle and Mini-Quiz AgileMind 5Krebs Cycle and Mini-Quiz AgileMind 5. Cellular Respiration and Energy Transfer Biochemistry of Cellular Respiration p
Cellular Respiration Electron transport chain: series of proteins where electrons are passed.
Cellular Respiration Energy is released as electrons are passed from one molecule to the next.
Cellular Respiration The released energy is used to make ATP.
Electron Transport Chain and Mini-Quiz AgileMind 5Electron Transport Chain and Mini-Quiz AgileMind 5. Cellular Respiration and Energy Transfer Biochemistry of Cellular Respiration p
Overall: For every glucose that enters cellular respiration 36 ATP are produced.
Cellular Respiration Cellular respiration can be classified as aerobic: cellular respiration occurs in the presence of O2.
Cellular Respiration Most efficient form of respiration.
Cellular Respiration Krebs cycle is aerobic respiration.
Cellular Respiration Cellular respiration can also be classified as anaerobic: respiration that proceeds in the absence of O2.
Cellular Respiration Glycolysis is anaerobic respiration.
Cellular Respiration Not as efficient as aerobic. Only 2 ATP formed.
Cellular Respiration In the absence of O2, pyruvic acid backs up and is eliminated 2 ways:
Cellular Respiration In you and me, pyruvic acid is converted to lactic acid and builds up in the muscles.
Cellular Respiration In yeast, pyruvic acid converted to CO2 and ethyl alcohol. This makes bread rise.
Cellular Respiration Anaerobic respiration is also called fermentation.
Aerobic Respiration vs. Fermentation Mini-Quiz AgileMind 5Aerobic Respiration vs. Fermentation Mini-Quiz AgileMind 5. Cellular Respiration and Energy Transfer Fermentation and Metabolism p. 6
What happens to Macromolecules. AgileMind 5What happens to Macromolecules? AgileMind 5. Cellular Respiration and Energy Transfer Fermentation and Metabolism p. 8
Cellular Respiration Which molecule has the most stored energy: fat or carbohydrate?
Cellular Respiration Fat – it has available energy for 51 ATP.
Cellular Respiration Respiration is the process of breaking down food molecules to release energy. Respiration is the process of breaking down food molecules.
Cellular Respiration Unit III Chapter 9.
“Getting Energy to Make ATP”
B-3.2: Summarize the basic aerobic and anaerobic processes of cellular respiration and interpret the chemical equation for cellular respiration.
Cellular Respiration B-3.2.
Chemical Pathways Cellular Respiration (aerobic) – process that releases energy by breaking down glucose and other food molecules; O 2 is required
Cellular Respiration & Fermentation Chapter 8. Cell Respiration All organisms need energy from food. They obtain this energy through a process called.
Class Notes 3: Cellular Respiration: How cells make ATP.
Cellular Respiration 1. g. Students know the role of the mitochondria in making stored chemical-bond energy available to cells by completing the breakdown.
Cellular Respiration Unit Review Guide CA Standard 1g
Cellular Respiration Breaking down food to get energy.
Energy in a Cell Cellular Respiration. Cellular respiration: process where mitochondria break down food molecules to produce ATP. (energy)
Overview of Cellular Respiration Section 4.4 Cellular respiration makes ATP by breaking down sugars. If a step requires oxygen, it is called aerobic.
What is respiration? 3 Sentences. Mr. Dunnum.
Respiration The energy making process that occurs continuously in all organisms The energy making process that occurs continuously in all organisms Stored.
4.4 Overview of Cellular Respiration KEY CONCEPT Respiration is a series of chemical reactions that releases energy stored in food to make ATP molecules.
Cellular Respiration Chapter 5 Section 3. Energy from the food we eat is stored in carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. Before you use the energy it must.
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